Musk kicks Kanye West out of Twitter after swastika post

Elon Musk has kicked Kanye West out of Twitter for 'inciting violence’ after the rapper posted a picture of swastikas interlaced with the star of David.
Kanye West has never been off the eyes of the media with his frequent remarks and actions causing controversies more often.
“Let’s always remember this as my final tweet,” West wrote alongside a photo of a shirtless Musk getting sprayed with water. Musk, 51, responded by saying: “Just clarifying that his account is being suspended for inciting violence, not an unflattering picture of me.”
A free speech absolutist, Musk believes that all content permitted by law should be allowed on Twitter and sought to shake the foundations of the social media organisation after he took its control in October.
West, now known as Ye, spent hours on Infowars ranting about sin, pornography, and the devil while entirely covering his face with a black mask.
West often declared, “I like Hitler.”
He has seen his commercial relationships crumble after a series of anti-Semitic comments. The one-time titan of fashion and music appears to have entered a disturbing spiral.
Hours after the interview, social media platform Parler, a favourite of conservatives for its hands-off approach to moderation, said a deal for West to buy the outfit was off.
The network said on Twitter: “This decision was made in the interest of both parties in mid-November.”


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